Bashar-e-Pakistan arranged a dialogue session on “Peace and harmony” in Ripha University, Islamabad, here on Thursday.
The event was jointly organized by Bashar-e-Pakistan and Paigham-e-Pakistan and it was addressed by Brigadier (r) Akhtar Janjua, Barrister Nida, Kashif Zaheer Kamboh, Tauseef Naqvi, Tehrim Zehra and Abdul Qadir.
The participants said dialogue is necessary to curtail extremism and promote interfaith harmony in the society.
Speakers, addressing the dialogue session said youth must be on the same page to avoid anarchy in the country. It is necessary to respect another side of the story.
It is also said that Pakistan was founded on the basics of ideology and everyone is free to worship what they believe as per the ideology of Quid-e-Azam.
Speakers also said that religion must be used as a tool of reformation, not as a tool of politics, this is the only key to build a healthy and peaceful society.